Most schemes looking to fixed-income endgame solutions

Larger schemes prefer low dependency, while one in five consider employer surplus return

Jasmine Urquhart
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The PMI says improved funding levels have altered endgame strategies
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The PMI says improved funding levels have altered endgame strategies

Most schemes are considering fixed income endgame solutions as a result of higher interest rates, a survey from the Pensions Management Institute (PMI) finds.

The membership body said its fourth annual survey of pension trustees - conducted in association with Schroders - asked 102 respondents about their endgame strategies at the end of last year. It...

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